The grilled vegetable compote, called escalivada, can be made up to 3 days ahead and refrigerated (drizzle olive oil over the surface and cover well) but serve it at room temperature. Bread rubbed with tomato is a classic Catalan snack, but here it’s the platform for escalivada. You could serve it as a tapa, as a side dish with Chicken Thighs Baked with Lemon, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme, or alongside a Green Salad with Olives, Manchego & Romesco Sauce.
See The Guide to Grilling for more recipes for grilled breads.
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